NORWAY -- Police are asking people to stay away from the shopping mall Mosseporten center after receiving an anonymous tip.
The threat is directed specifically against Mosseporten center and named individuals, reports Dagbladet.
Police in Østfold report that they received an anonymous threat that has made that they have implemented extra security at Mosseporten center outside Moss.
According to Moss Avis, an armed action has taken place at the mall. Police are present at several entrances and on the roof of the center.
Police said via Twitter that the threat is specifically aimed at Mosseporten center, and also applies to named individuals. Police have warned these and inform that they have them under control.
Police are asking people not to go to the center and to follow police directions on the site.
Police do not yet know who is behind the threat, but report via Twitter that the call probably came from abroad. They therefore consider it unlikely that the caller is in Norway, but they are still working on identifying the caller.
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